A lonely Border Guard officer, with a girl and a former villain, has to face a local corrupt Militia (Police) commandant and his people, in wild Bieszczady Mountains in the Polish East.
Did You Know?
Wilcze Echa (The Wolves' Echoes) is considered the "Polish Western", or rather "Eastern". It features a lone hero, coming into town and facing a villain band ruling a town, in a typical Western convention, but the action takes place in Bieszczady Mountains in south-east of Poland, deserted after World War II. See more